 23.1: If two points are at the same potential, does this mean that nowork...
 23.2: If a negative charge is initially at rest in an electric field, wil...
 23.3: State clearly the difference (a) between electric potentialand elec...
 23.4: An electron is accelerated by a potential difference of, say,0.10 V...
 23.5: Can a particle ever move from a region of low electricpotential to ...
 23.6: If V = 0 at a point in space, must E = 0? If E = 0 atsome point, mu...
 23.7: When dealing with practical devices, we often take theground (the E...
 23.8: Can two equipotential lines cross? Explain.
 23.9: Draw in a few equipotential lines in Fig. 2134b and c.
 23.10: What can you say about the electric field in a region ofspace that ...
 23.11: satellite orbits the Earth alona a gravitational enuinoten
 23.12: Suppose the charged ring of Example 238 was notuniformly charged, ...
 23.13: Consider a metal conductor in the shape of a football. If itcarries...
 23.14: If you know V at a point in space, can you calculate Eat that point...
 23.15: A conducting sphere carries a charge Q and a second identicalconduc...
 23.16: At a particular location, the electric field points due north.In wh...
 23.17: Equipotential lines are spaced 1.00 V apart. Does thedistance betwe...
 23.18: If the electric field E is uniform in a region, what can youinfer a...
 23.19: Is the electric potential energy of two unlike charges positiveor n...
 23.20: (Ill) Repeat assuming the charge density pEincreases as the square ...
 23.21: (Ill) The volume charge density pE within a sphere of radius rQis d...
 23.22: (Ill) A hollow spherical conductor, carrying a net charge +Q,has in...
 23.23: (Ill) A very long conducting cylinder (length ) of radius R0(Rq t) ...
 23.24: (I) A point charge Q creates an electric potential of +185 Vat a di...
 23.25: (I) (a) What is the electric potential 0.50 X 1010 m from aproton ...
 23.26: (II) Two point charges, 3.4/iC and 2.0/iC, are placed5.0 cm apart o...
 23.27: (II) A +25 /jlC point charge is placed 6.0 cm from an identical+25 ...
 23.28: (II) Point a is 26 cm north of a 3.8 /jlC point charge, andpoint b...
 23.29: (II) How much voltage must be used to accelerate a proton(radius 1....
 23.30: (II) Two identical +5.5 /jlC point charges are initially spaced6.5 ...
 23.31: (II) An electron starts from rest 42.5 cm from a fixed pointcharge ...
 23.32: (II) Two equal but opposite charges are separated by adistance d, a...
 23.33: (II) A thin circular ring of radius R (as in Fig. 2314) hascharge ...
 23.34: "(II) Three point charges are arranged at the comers of a squareof ...
 23.35: (II) A flat ring of inner radius Ri and outer radius R2,Fig. 2330,...
 23.36: (II) A total charge Q is uniformly distributed on a thread oflength...
 23.37: (II) A 12.0cmradius thin ring carries a uniformly distributed15.0...
 23.38: (II) A thin rod of length 2 is centered on the x axis asshown in Fi...
 23.39: (II) Determine the potential V(x) for points along thex axis outsid...
 23.40: (Ill) The charge on the rod of Fig. 2331 has a nonuniformlinear ch...
 23.41: (Ill) Suppose the flat circular disk of Fig. 2315 (Example 239)ha...
 23.42: (I) Draw a conductor in the shape of a football. Thisconductor carr...
 23.43: (II) Equipotential surfaces are to be drawn 100 V apart neara very ...
 23.44: (II) A metal sphere of radius r0 = 0.44 m carries a chargeQ = 0.50 ...
 23.45: (II) Calculate the electric potential due to a tiny dipole whosedip...
 23.46: (Ill) The dipole moment, considered as a vector, pointsfrom the neg...
 23.47: (I) Show that the electric field of a single point charge(Eq. 214)...
 23.48: (I) What is the potential gradient just outside the surface ofa ura...
 23.49: (II) The electric potential between two parallel plates isgiven by ...
 23.50: (II) The electric potential in a region of space varies asV = by /(...
 23.51: (II) In a certain region of space, the electric potential isgiven b...
 23.52: (II) A dust particle with mass of 0.050 g and a charge of2.0 X 106...
 23.53: (Ill) Use the results of 38 and 39 to determine theelectric field d...
 23.54: (I) How much work must be done to bring three electronsfrom a great...
 23.55: What notential difference is needed to aive a helium
 23.56: (I) What is the speed of (a) a 1.5keV (kinetic energy)electron and...
 23.57: (II) Many chemical reactions release energy. Suppose thatat the beg...
 23.58: (II) An alpha particle (which is a helium nucleus, Q = +2e,m = 6.64...
 23.59: (II) Write the total electrostatic potential energy, U, for(a) four...
 23.60: (II) Four equal point charges, Q, are fixed at the corners ofa squa...
 23.61: (II) An electron starting from rest acquires 1.33 keV ofkinetic ene...
 23.62: (II) Determine the total electrostatic potential energy of aconduct...
 23.63: (II) The liquiddrop model of the nucleus suggests that highenergyo...
 23.64: (Ill) Determine the total electrostatic potential energy of anoncon...
 23.65: (I) Use the ideal gas as a model to estimate the rms speedof a free...
 23.66: (Ill) Electrons are accelerated by 6.0 kV in a CRT. The screenis 28...
 23.67: (Ill) In a given CRT, electrons are accelerated horizontallyby 7.2 ...
 23.68: If the electrons in a single raindrop, 3.5 mm in diameter, couldbe ...
 23.69: By rubbing a nonconducting material, a charge of 108 Ccan readily ...
 23.70: Sketch the electric field and equipotential lines for two chargesof...
 23.71: A +33 fxC point charge is placed 36 cm from an identical+33 fxC cha...
 23.72: At each corner of a cube of side there is a point charge Q,Fig. 23...
 23.73: In a television picture tube (CRT), electrons are acceleratedby tho...
 23.74: Four point charges are located at the corners of a squarethat is 8....
 23.75: In a photocell, ultraviolet (UV) light provides enoughenergy to som...
 23.76: An electron is accelerated horizontally from rest in a televisionpi...
 23.77: Three charges are at the corners of an equilateral triangle(side ) ...
 23.78: Near the surface of the Earth there is an electric field ofabout 15...
 23.79: A lightning flash transfers 4.0 C of charge and 4.8 MJ ofenergy to ...
 23.80: Determine the components of the electric field, Ex and Ey , asa fun...
 23.81: A nonconducting sphere of radius r2 contains a concentricspherical ...
 23.82: thin flat nonconducting disk, with radius R0 and chargeQ, has a hol...
 23.83: A Geiger counter is used to detect charged particles emittedby radi...
 23.84: A Van de Graaff generator (Fig. 2341) can develop a verylarge pote...
 23.85: The potential in a region of space is given byV = B/(x2 + R2)2 wher...
 23.86: A charge q\ of mass m rests on the y axis at a distance babove the ...
 23.87: (II) A dipole is composed of a 1.0 nC charge atx = 1.0 cm and a +1...
 23.88: (II) A thin flat disk of radius R0 carries a total charge Q thatis ...
 23.89: (Ill) You are trying to determine an unknown amount ofcharge using ...
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